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Loadmaster Trailers w/Boston Whaler
|Author||Topic: Loadmaster Trailers w/Boston Whaler|
posted 02-19-2002 02:24 PM ET (US)
Does anyone have any experience with the Loadmaster Trailer CO located in Port CLinton ,OH.I looked at the website and the trailers appear to be a well made and reasonably priced. The Loadmaster is a consideration for the new 25' Revenge.Thank you
posted 02-19-2002 04:51 PM ET (US)
I bought one last year for my 1975 19' outrage. It is an aluminum float on with torsion axles (2), bunks, keel rollers down the middle, disc brakes, etc. It rides and handles like a dream. I pull it with a minivan. I would recommend them. I think it is perfect for a whaler although you have a much larger on than I do.
|Tom W Clark||
posted 02-19-2002 06:10 PM ET (US)
I have no experience with them but visiting their web site it looks like they can build to whatever specifications you like including Stoltz keel rollers and optional stainless steel package and brakes of your choice.
I'd be curious to know how much one would cost tricked out to Classic Whaler Forum standards.
posted 02-19-2002 08:12 PM ET (US)
The company I'm inquiring about is www.Loadmastertrailerco.com they are in Ohio. Not to be confused with Loadmaster Trailer in Florida. It is my understanding that they are sold in the Midwest. Spoke to a company salesperson today and was told they have done many trailers for other Boston Whalers.
posted 02-22-2002 03:36 AM ET (US)
Russ - I know two people who HAD them under their Whalers, and HATED them. One could hardly wait to get rid of it. Bought a Continental as a replacement. That's all I'm going to say here. But I would look elsewhere.
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